"If you make art, don't be halfway about it. Don't be trendy, don't be afraid, don't stop til it's something you love. There will always be a market for things that were made passionately." -- Max Hsu
Design. Layout. Photography.
Create. Inspire. Motivate.
Seeking rewarding employment in a tight-knit workplace where my design skills and extensive experience will be used to their fullest. Where continued growth is encouraged and new opportunities for advancement are plentiful.
Part of a new team hired to bring Georgia Regents Medical Center into the world of online training and workforce development. Developed multimedia training materials for the hospital's annual compliance efforts, the training of medical students and residents in use of the electronic medical record, and various other workforce training efforts that required multimedia content. Extensive use of Adobe Captivate, Articulate Storyline and Camtasia Studio for creating content. Video editing and voiceover work - including some script writing - were also involved. Experienced in administration of the Desire2Learn/Brightspace learning management system, as well as the Kaltura video streaming platform and Echo 360 lecture capture system. Customer service experience in dealing with everyone from doctors and nurses to other medical professionals and students.
Developed Interactive Multimedia Instruction for the US Army to train soldiers in the setup and operation of high tech battlefield communications equipment using Adobe Flash, Captivate and the rest of the Adobe Creative Suite, including some ActionScript coding, as well as audio and video editing and recording with Adobe After Effects and Camtasia Studio software. Worked with tight military deadlines with little room for flexibility. Various other products were also developed, including an in-depth electronic survey application developed in Microsoft Access that allows the Army to collect data on the effectiveness of the training products that have been deployed in the field and in the classroom.
Worked within the Corporate Communications department at large, focusing on print and web design specifically for the Department of Energy's Savannah River National Laboratory. Work included publication design and layout, web design, presentation graphics, posters and a variety of other media utilizing complex scientific information and presenting it in a format that is pleasing to the eye and still communicates the scientific principles being demonstrated within the data. Maintained the web presence for SRNL and developed websites for departments within the organization for informational purposes, event registration and information archival. Prepped customer submitted products for professional printing, ensuring they meet all corporate branding standards, as well as the mechanical requirements of the specific vendor producing the final product. Extensive use of Adobe Design Suite, Dreamweaver and Microsoft Office products.
Additional work experience listed on the PDF version of my resume.